Be an IP Superhero at the 15th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Law Institute
Evil trolls are coming to destroy our patents —
Ransomware and robots are taking over our computers —
Unfair competition is just, well, UNFAIR! —
Virtual reality has gone rogue —
But who can we call?
We at CBA-CLE were saddened to learn of the sudden passing of John Campbell, an author and frequent presenter for CBA-CLE on elder law topics. John practiced estate planning and elder law at the Law Offices of John J. Campbell, PC, in Denver, where he offered services in the areas of elder law, estate planning, probate law, guardianships, and conservatorships, Social Security, SSDI, SSI, Medicare, Medicaid, Medicare setaside trusts, and disability trusts, and he offers special consultations in settlement of personal injury and workers’ compensation claims involving public benefits.
Bills Delaying Accrual of Property Tax Abatement Refund Interest, Encouraging Mental Health Treatment for Peace Officers, and More Signed
On Monday, April 24, 2017, the governor signed eight bills into law. To date, the governor has signed 166 bills this legislative session.
The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals announced that it will upgrade its CM/ECF system to the Next Generation CM/ECF system (NextGen), beginning on Friday, May 12 at noon and finishing by Monday, May 15 at 7 a.m.
Colorado Court of Appeals: Each Proceeding Before Probate Court is Separate and Independent of Other Proceedings
The Colorado Court of Appeals issued its opinion in In re Estate of Gadash on Thursday, April 20, 2017.